Monthly Archives February 2020

StreamTranscribe Uses AWS Transcribe, Machine Learning And AI to Generate Video Caption In 30 Languages

The automated voice to text transcription tool produces ready-to-publish closed captions in multiple languages with speed and accuracy

Generate accessible and globalized video captions in over 30 languages with StreamTranscribe

StreamAMG upgraded their automated transcription sports tech product, StreamTranscribe. Sports organizations can use the tool to produce video captions from a single source in multiple languages. This technology upgrade allows users to generate proprietary content automatically in more than 30 languages using machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies saving staff valuable time and eliminating manual transcripts while optimizing workflow...

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For Soccer Ventures Acquiring FootyCon, The Association and Kicks To The Pitch Accelerates US Football

For Soccer Ventures

For Soccer Ventures is out to accelerate American football through the acquisition of FootyCon, The Association and Kicks To The Pitch, helping to make the vision investor Richie Graham has closer to reality. This investment firm in Philadelphia is geared towards philanthropy in the sport using long-term goals and a pledge of $50 million to seek out, acquire and manage businesses in order to grow soccer across the United States. The Sports Techie community blog is a part of the network used by For Soccer Ventures to share this story and others that represent the company ambition to grow soccer with a youthful, energetic and positive outlook as indicated by these three initial acquisitions...

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Nike Football Sports Tech Upgrades Traz Powell Stadium For Miami-Dade County Public Schools

Nathaniel Traz Powell Stadium

Nike used sports tech to upgrade Nathaniel Traz Powell Stadium in Miami-Dade County for high school football games using a sustainability initiative the week of Super Bowl LIV generating maximum exposure for the sport while improving player performance and the fan experience for the 8,000-seat capacity venue. The Sports Techie community blog virtually applauds Nike and the Florida school district for making this so for the many sport playing kids and teenagers in the seven local powerhouse schools in Miami that call this stadium their home field. The $2 million and nine-month renovation of the ‘The Mecca’ included the new playing field, track around the field and press box, plus new locker rooms, lighting and a state-of-the-art scoreboard...

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